PETER S. JAMTGAARD, PE, CE, SE, MAS
With 28 years of CAD drafting, project management building information modeling (BIM/CAD) and pre-manufacturing experience both designing with and developing add-in functionality for Autodesk software, Peter possesses a unique combination of state-of-the-art software programming expertise with a deep commitment to improving user effectiveness and project delivery.
Peter began software programming with Basic in 1974, adding AutoLISP in 1986, VisualLISP in 2000. In the past ten years, I have acquired expertise in VB6, VB.net, C# and ARX possess a full set of tools to automate AutoCAD drafting processes to do more work, with less staff, in less time with higher accuracy. I am currently adding with XCode capabilities to extend project information to the IPad/IPhone platform. He has been a Registered Autodesk Developer since 2000, an internationally recognized expert of AutoCAD customization and has been a repeat presenter at the Autodesk University world conference every year since 2001. Through his active involvement in the global Autodesk community through Autodesk Users Group International (over 300,000 members, worldwide), Peter has created over 1,500 custom routines, applications and add-ons for AutoCAD and associated software for other professionals from around the world. He served as the Vice President of AUGI in 2007 and been on the board of directors for more than 10 years.
Peter possess over 15 years of engineering, project management, design and drafting working on some of Chicago’s largest projects (including the Soldier Field renovation and McCormick Place West). A strong proponent for innovation and improved performance, Peter is a Director of the Steel Deck Institute, SDI and a certified Safety Director (OSHA 1926 Subpart R and M).
PAUL S. JAMTGAARD, AIA RA LEEDBD+C
Director, Business Development
Paul is a registered architect and urban designer with over 20 years of varied experience creating award winning projects in the US and abroad. Raised in Portland, Oregon before moving to the Bay Area. Today, his work is focused on designing projects in the public interest including libraries, community & recreation centers and public spaces. This work was preceded by many years working in mixed-use commercial design and urban placemaking.
After a period living in Tokyo, Japan where he first began his work in architecture, he studied architecture and urbanism at both University of California at Berkeley and the Harvard Design School in their Advanced Design studies program focusing on Digital Media. His career has been characterized by this balance between architecture and urban design. In addition to active practice and exploring new innovations in CAD technologies, Paul teaches architecture at the Academy of Art University in San Francisco and has been a visiting critic at schools in the Bay Area (Berkeley, Stanford, and CCA) and at the Harvard Graduate School of Design.
He is a member of the American Institute of Architects, SPUR and a board member of the Center for Architecture and Design. He lives in San Francisco.